Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare bacterial disease that swiftly spreads and infects the skin’s tissues. Unfortunately, one in four individuals who contract this infection will perish from it.
The World Health Organisation sponsors the annual observance of May 31 as World No Tobacco Day.
National Senior Health and Fitness Day is observed annually on the final Wednesday of May as part of the activities for Older Americans Month. The day is observed by the Mature Market Resource Centre,
According to primatologist Signe Preuschoft, the history of the grin can be traced back to apes and monkeys. These animals bare their teeth in a smile-like manner to demonstrate dominance or deter predators.
Mrs. Esther Levy deserves credit for popularising the delicious macaroon. In 1871, Mrs. Levy published the “First Jewish-American Cookbook.”
Many claim that the concept of braising a rooster in wine is ancient and may trace back as far as 6000 B.C. Although the precise origin of coq au vin is shrouded in mystery,
Initially, the need for nutritious and durable foods that could be readily transported on long journeys, particularly at sea, was met by bringing a cook along with live food.
World Digestive Health Day was instituted in 2004 to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the founding of the World Gastroenterology Organisation.
Oak Apple Day is also known in the United Kingdom as Restoration Day. This event commemorates the restoration of Charles II to the monarchy in 1660 and the end of the Puritan Commonwealth.
Similar to its winter cousin, the Moscow mule, a mint julep acquires gravitas from its preparation ritual. The uncommon but not obscure ingredients and specialty cups